Patriotic Panache with Dreamweaver and Stampendous

Who doesn't love fireworks? They are definitely associated with 4th of July in the United States, and other national holidays around the world. My post today features the Dreamweaver Fireworks Embossing Folder, machine-embossed into Core'dinations Vintage cardstock in, of course, red and white and blue. Each section was sanded to reveal the design. If you do three full size panels, and cut them in threes, you now have the supplies to create three complete cards. The finishing touch? A layered banner stamped with portions of the Stampendous Perfectly Clear Happy Greetings and the Vintage Lower Case Alphabet.

Here's a link list to those of the new Stampendous/Dreameaver team who are posting today:

Pam Hornschu (you're here)


Stampendous said…
Now I like your plan to have three cards completed together. It's a fabulous design and yet simple enough to make. I think it's great you and Louise are on the same wavelength this week, did you call each other yesterday?
LOE how simple these are to make yet they are so fun!! TFFS!
Lyn Bernatovich said…
Very cool idea Pam! Interesting how you went horizontal and I went vertical with the color divisions. Love the look that sanding gives too.
Louise said…
I thought it was good to get a "twofer", but a "threefer" is even better! Great idea, love the layout.
BurningRubber said…
What a great idea to get as much as possible out of your supplies. I love the stenciling on this card.

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